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   Lead-Deadwood Fall Sports Meeting


Lead-Deadwood High School will hold its Fall Sports Meeting for parents and players at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 31, in the cafeteria at Lead-Deadwood High School.

Also, a reminder that athletes need to schedule their physical with Lead-Deadwood Regional Clinic. Athletes must pick-up a physical packet at the high school business office first and can drop the packet off at the office when completed.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, July 11, 2014 (06:50:48)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Golddiggers Hire New Coaches


Head Wrestling

Beau Voegeli

--Graduate of Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota
--Will be teaching at Lead-Deadwood Elementary
--Wrestled at Northern State and was the team captain in 2013-2014
--Academic All-American Wrestler 2011, 2012, 2014

Head Boys Basketball

Jonathan Lane

--Graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman
--Attended University of Texas El-Paso
--Attended Montana State on a football scholarship
--Has been teaching US History and coaching boys basketball at El Dorado High School in El Paso, Texas

Head Girls Basketball

Zach Wevik

--Graduate of Mount Marty College in Yankton, South Dakota
--Will be teaching Middle School PE
--Was an assistant coach the past two years for the Yankton Bucks boy's basketball team, helping lead the Bucks to a State AA appearance in 2014
--Graduate of Rapid City Stevens High School

Head Volleyball

Joe Williams

--Was the JV Volleyball coach for the Golddiggers the previous four years
--Was an active high school volleyball player in his home state of Pennsylvania.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, May 29, 2014 (07:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   LDHS Activities Director and Track Coach Step Down


The Lead-Deadwood School District has announced that Tony Biesiot has stepped down as the Assistant Principal and Activities Director, effective at the end of this school year. Mr. Biesiot has been hired as the new Lead-Deadwood 9-12 Secondary High School Principal, beginning next school year.

Also, at the Monday, May 19 Lead-Deadwood School Board special meeting, Blake Proefrock has resigned his high school teaching position as well as the Golddigger Head Track and Field coach, effective at the end of the 2013-2014 school year.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 (05:55:03)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Golddiggers Name New Volleyball Coach


Joe Williams will be the Lead-Deadwood Golddiggers new Varsity Volleyball coach. He takes over for Erica Lieske who has stepped down after four seasons at the helm.

The Golddiggers finished 19-9 last season and lost to Belle Fourche in a thrilling Region 8A Championship match. Williams has been the Lady Diggers JV coach the past three seasons.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, April 27, 2014 (23:05:42)


Lead Deadwood School District
   LDHS Coaches Resign


At the recent Lead-Deadwood School Board Meeting, held on Tuesday, April 8, the following head coaching resignations were approved.

Jordan Proefrock resigned as the Golddiggers head girls basketball coach after four seasons. The Lady Diggers finished the 2013-2014 season with one of their best records in recent years, 13-8, losing to Belle Fourche in the Region 8A Semifinals. Proefrock has been hired as a teacher at the Sturgis Williams Middle School in the Meade School District.

Wade Ginsbach has resigned as the Golddigger boys head basketball coach after two seasons. The Golddiggers finished with a record of 7-13 this past season, losing in the first round of the Region 8A Tournament to Belle Fourche. Ginsbach has taken a teaching job at Piedmont Valley Elementary in the Meade School District.

John Thayer has stepped down as the Lead-Deadwood Varsity Wrestling coach. Thayer coached the Golddiggers this past season in their first year back as an independent program, after co-oping with Spearfish for several years.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 (07:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   2013 Black Hills All-Conference Football


Crazy Horse Division
All-Conference Football Team


Custer

Clayton Wahlstrom- Senior
Chase Glazier- Senior
Paul Climenti- Senior
Kenny Myers- Senior
Joel Thomsen- Junior
Mike Murray- Senior

At-Large

Angelo Climenti- Junior

Honorable Mention

Logan Huer- Senior
Casey Siedler- Junior

Bennett County

Brad Hahn- Senior
Sawyer Rous- Senior
Casey Reder- Senior
Tyler Bakley- Senior
Sam Ireland- Junior

At-Large

Brady Hicks- Junior

Pine Ridge

Jesse Trueblood- Senior
Cole Reddy- Senior
Charles Camp- Senior
Roberto Jaquez- Senior

Honorable Mention

Andrew Santiago- Senior
Jacob Dreamer- Senior

Red Cloud

Bailey Pourier- Senior
Manny Munoz- Senior
Scott Two Bulls- Senior

Lead-Deadwood

Trevor Fish- Senior
Morgan Rogers- Senior

Honorable Mention

Wade Shoop- Sophomore
A.J. Lawver- Sophomore

Little Wound

Casey Provost- Junior
Shilo Tallman- Sophomore



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, December 03, 2013 (16:59:22)


Lead Deadwood School District
   LDHS Seeks Hall of Fame Nominations


Lead-Deadwood High School is in the process of selecting the seventh Hall of Fame Class that will honor Lead High School, Deadwood High School, and Lead-Deadwood High School men and women who excelled during or after their time in Lead and Deadwood.

The Hall of Fame will honor outstanding individuals and/or groups in the areas of athletic participation, coaching, teaching, fine arts, academics and other outstanding contributions.

The deadline for the 2013 nominations is Monday, December 2. Nomination forms for eligible candidates are available at the high school activities office, and may be requested by calling 717-2814 or stopping by the office. Completed forms must be returned to:
Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame
Attention: Tony Biesiot
320 South Main Street
Lead, South Dakota 57754

Nominees for participation must have been out of high school for five years in order to be eligible. Coaches, teachers, and other community members who are currently working in the district are eligible for nomination.

The 2013 class of the Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame will be inducted in a ceremony at the high school tentatively set for January 25, 2014.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, November 04, 2013 (08:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Gatch To Take Over Golddigger Football Program


A familiar face is returning to the sidelines for Lead-Deadwood Football. Ryan Gatch has been named as the new head coach of the Golddiggers. The Lead-Deadwood School Board approved the hire at their recent monthly board meeting.

Gatch will replace Jace Pittman who resigned after one season as head coach due to personal reasons. Gatch served as the JV football coach in Lead during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. He was also the Head Track and Field coach during his previous stint at Lead-Deadwood High School. He's spent the last two years as the offensive line coach at Dickinson State.

Lead-Deadwood is coming off an 0-8 season and will kick-off the 2013 campaign Friday, August 30 at Pine Ridge.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 (16:05:13)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame Inductees


The Lead-Deadwood High School Hall of Fame Committee has selected the sixth class as the 2012 inductees for the Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame. The following individuals will be honored:

William H. Parker- Deadwood High School
John T. Vucurevich- Lead High School
Bruce Bieber- Lead High School

To honor these individuals, a presentation will take place at halftime of the girls' basketball game with Red Cloud on Saturday, January 28 at approximately 7:00 p.m. There will also be a luncheon held at the Golden Hills Resort on January 28 at 11:00 a.m. to honor the inductees and Hall of Fame sponsors.

John T. Vucurevich

Mr. Vucurevich was born in Yugoslavia in 1912, immigrated to the United States with his parents at age eight, and attended school in Lead until the 10th grade. He began his working career as a laborer and chauffeur for Homestake Mining Company. He would also go on to enter the insurance and real estate business.

Mr. Vucurevich would become most well known for his banking interests. For more than 50 years he had controlling interests in banks across the Upper Midwest, including South Dakota. He also found time for public service and was an active supporter of higher education in South Dakota. Mr. Vucurevich established numerous endowments at various colleges in South Dakota as well.

His ventures in banking, public service, and his support for community affairs enabled him to establish the John T. Vucurevich Foundation. This has been a nonprofit organization committed to helping the poor, distressed, and underprivileged. The United Way, Black Hills Workshop, Youth and Family Services, and Boy's Club are just a few of the organizations that have been helped by the Foundation.

Bruce Bieber

Bruce Bieber, a 1969 graduate of Lead High School, works for Lockheed Martin through subcontractor Advanced Solutions Inc. (ASI) on the NASA ORION Crew Exploration Vehicle program, providing senior test engineering support for the Assembly, Launch, and Test Operations (ALTO) group.

Bruce and his wife, Lucy, live in Black Hawk, Colorado. During his career, Bruce has worked on the Mars Surveyor Program, the Genesis satellite, the Kepler photometer, the James Webb Space Telescope, and now currently on the NASA Orion Exploration Vehicle program.

Bruce served his country for six years in the Marines where he received extensive training in electronics and began his journey through the aeronautics industry. In his spare time, Bruce enjoys pursuing his passion for "cars and racing."

William H. Parker

A graduate of Deadwood High School, Mr. Parker moved to Los Angeles, California and joined the LA Police department in August of 1927. He served as an LAPD officer for 15 years before taking leave to fight in World War II, earning a Purple Heart after being wounded in the Normandy Invasion. Parker became LAPD police chief on August 9, 1950 and was credited with transforming the LAPD into a world-renowned law enforcement agency.

Chief Parker's law enforcement career of 39 years earned him the honor of serving the longest term of any Chief of Police in the history of the City of Los Angeles. He was recognized as "one of the top professional police administrators in the nation."

Chief Parker died in office on July 16, 1966.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, January 23, 2012 (08:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead Deadwood Volleyball Camp


There will be a summer camp for Lead Deadwood Volleyball on July 18-21 for 6th-8th grade from 9am-Noon and for 9th-12th grade from 1-4 pm. For more information contact coach Erica Anshutz at 605-354-3667.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Friday, July 01, 2011 (07:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   1st Annual Lady Digger 3 On 3 Basketball Tournament


The First Annual Lead-Deadwood Lady Digger 3 On 3 Basketball Tournament is coming up April 8-9. The two-day tournament will take place in the Lead-Deadwood High School Gyms 1, 2, 3.

It is open for girls and boys in grades 5-12 grades. No Co-Ed teams will be allowed. Cost is just $35 per team.

On Friday, April 8 it will be the 7th and 8th Grade Girls and Boys starting at 5:00 p.m.

On Saturday, April 9 the 5th and 6th Grade Girls and Boys will start at 8:00 a.m., 9-12 grade girls and boys start at noon.

Registrations are due by Wednesday, April 6. For more information and to register your team, call Lead-Deadwood Girls Basketball coach Jordan Proefrock at 645-8158.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, March 14, 2011 (07:00:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame Inductees


The Lead-Deadwood High School Hall of Fame Committee has selected the fourth class as the 2011 inductees for the Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame. The following individuals will be honored:

James Nelson, Lead High School Class of 1947
Susan Dunn, Lead-Deadwood High School Class of 1974

To honor these individuals, a presentation will take place at halftime of the girls' basketball game on Saturday, January 29 at approximately 7:00 p.m. There will also be a luncheon held at the Golden Hills Resort on January 29th at 11:00 a.m. to honor the inductees and hall sponsors.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 (05:10:56)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead-Deadwood Fall Sports Banquet


The Twin City Athletic Booster Club Fall Sports Banquet will be held at 5 p.m. this Sunday, November 14, at the Golden Hills Resort in Lead.

All athletes who participated in high school fall sports and their parents are invited to the potluck.

For more information please call the Lead-Deadwood Activities Office at 717-3450.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, November 11, 2010 (06:38:47)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead-Deadwood Athletic Hall Of Fame Nominations


Lead-Deadwood High School is in the process of selecting the fifth Hall of Fame Class that will honor Lead High School, Deadwood High School, and Lead-Deadwood High School men and women who excelled during or after their time in Lead and Deadwood. The Hall of Fame will honor outstanding individuals and or groups in the areas of athletic participation, coaching, teaching, fine arts, academics and other outstanding contributions.

The deadline for the 2011 nominations is Wednesday, December 1, 2010. Nomination forms for eligible candidates are available at the high school activities office, and may be requested by calling 717-2814 or stopping by the office. Completed forms must be returned to Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame, attention Steve Rice, 320 South Main Street in Lead, SD 57754. Nominees for participation must have been out of high school for five years in order to be eligible. Coaches, teachers, and other community members who are currently working in the district are eligible for nomination. Nomination forms can now be fournd on the school website as well. The forms cannot be sent electronically, but you can fill them in oline, print them off, and send them in to the Lead-Deadwood High School Activities Office.

The 2011 class of the Lead-Deadwood Hall of Fame will be inducted in a ceremony at the high school tentatively set for January 29, 2011.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 (07:20:00)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Adler To Play For Summer Team


Tanner Adler of Lead-Deadwood, was selected to play on the South Dakota Heat 17 and under boys basketball team. The Heat are thought of as one of the top summer programs in the mid-west. Adler averaged 22 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists per game for his Golddigger team that finished the year with a 12-9 record.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, May 24, 2008 (17:54:26)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Kasey Stroud Named Golddigger Volleyball Coach


Lead-Deadwood High School announced they have hired Kasey Stroud as their new girl's volleyball coach replacing Loree Schlictemeier, who resigned in December.

Stroud is currently an art teacher at the high school and middle school. She coached the seventh grade volleyball team for two years before coaching the eighth grade team last year.

Stroud said she is excited to be the new Lady Golddiggers volleyball coach. "I'm really exited. I think they are a great bunch of girls. They're all very competitive and I think we'll have a good season."

Jordan Franzen, Activities Director at Lead-Deadwood High School, thinks Stroud was the right choice for the job. "We really wanted somebody that was on our staff to build the numbers up for the program again. I think Kasey is going to be somebody that is going to be a strong recruiter."



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, May 24, 2008 (17:45:29)


Lead Deadwood School District
   BHC Girls Golf Tournament In Custer


Lead/Deadwood wins their 10th straight conference title with a team total of 338.

Dani Bellet (Medalist)-77
Tassy Rantapa-84
Jenessa Rantapa-88
Elise Nichols-89
Mikayla Gallagher-108



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, May 15, 2008 (18:22:21)


Lead Deadwood School District
   Lead/Deadwood Loses To Platte/Geddes


Lead/Deadwood's baseball team spotted Platte/Geddes DC 13 runs, on nine errors, and lost to the Honkers 14-10 on Sunday afternoon in Deadwood.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, April 29, 2008 (23:17:55)




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